Justice – Advancing access to justice, human rights and the rule of law
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Interns and volunteers
JUSTICE relies on the support and assistance provided by interns and volunteers
We are now inviting applications for our Winter Internship Programme 2014
This year our winter internships will focus on human rights legal research. For this reason we are now seeking applications from law graduates only. This includes people who expect to have completed a law degree or GDL by the time they start their internship. Successful applicants should be able to demonstrate familiarity with relevant UK law and institutions. In exceptional cases, we will consider applications from non-law graduates who can demonstrate in their application that they have relevant knowledge and experience equivalent to a law degree.
JUSTICE interns gain the opportunity to develop skills and experience of working on important areas of legal policy at a national level as well as the chance to be part of a small, friendly and committed staff.
The winter internship programme will take place during January and February 2014. The internship is part-time and ideally applicants should be able to commit to working in our central London office 4 days per week, from 10am - 5pm for 6 weeks, however this is flexible. Internships are unpaid but interns are reimbursed for travel and lunch expenses incurred while working at JUSTICE.
To be considered for a winter internship please email a copy of your CV, and a brief covering letter to email@example.com.
The covering letter should explain your interest in JUSTICE and the internship programme and indicate your experience, skills and availability in January and February 2014.
Please mark your email with 'INTERNSHIP' in the subject line.
Closing date: 5pm on Friday 29 November 2013
Short listed candidates will be invited for an interview the following week.
JUSTICE's internship programme is governed by equal opportunities principles.
JUSTICE occasionally takes on volunteers to provide administrative support to the office.
There are no voluntary opportunities at present but do check back for future vacancies.